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4-12-65 



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VISIT OF PRIMEMINISTER ALDO MORO 


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State Department has advised that Aldo Moro, 

President of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of 
Italy, will arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport, 

New York City, on Monday, 4-19-65. He will change aircraft 
and proceed to Washington, D. C, shortly thereafter. The 
Prime Minister will remain in Washington, D. C., until 
Thursday, 4-22-65, at which time he will depart for New York City 
by automobile. 


Handle in accordance with 

Instructions. 


Manual of 


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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 
MAY 1962 EDITION 
GSA GEN. REG. NO. 27 


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FROM 


SUBJECT: 


UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 

Mr. W. C. Sullivan 
D. J. Brennan, 


DATE: 


4/16/65 


ITALIAN^ NMONAL POLICE 
“REQUEST F0RC0URTESIES~ 


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. ___] will be travelling to U. S s on 4/18/65, as 

member of protective body for Italian Premier AldoSloro, who 
will be visiting this country beginrririg lpriTT9ri9657 By 


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cable, 4/14/65, Legat, Rome, recommended, and we agree, that if 

I. I at Bureau during current trip appropriate courtesies 

be extended. 


, . i— - 1 _|visited Bureau and was taken on a special 

tour of our facilities on 9/27/63, At that time, he was in 
Washington briefly to attend a conference on forensic medicine. 
He is a career law enforcement officer and has been most 
friendly with our Legat in Rome for a number of years. He is 
personally known to SA Mario Gregorio, former Legat in Romp 
now assigned in Liaison Section® Gregorio escortedI 

on the latter*s 1963 visit with Bureau. | is not- 

fluent m the English language. He is unable to carry on a 
conversation in English. 


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In the event [ 


] contacts Bureau during his 


present trip, we could take him on a more detailed tour of our 
faeilitiesifiEMne the Identification Division. It is noted 

that when| __Ivisited Bureau in 1963, his time was 

limited and the tour of Bureau facilities had to be curtailed_J 
order to fit m with ! [ time. At that time,! 

indicated he would like to revisit Bureau for a more d etailed 
tour including Identification Division. If time permits, we 
could also take him to lunch as our gues± 


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for courtesies by 

1 - Mr. Belmont 
1 - Mr, Sullivan 
1 - Mr, DeLoach 
1 - Mr. Trotter 
1 - Tour Room 

1 - Liaison (Attn. 
1 - Mr. Gregorio 

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If approved. Liaison Action will h^QTe a'ny^reduest 

Cl DC Bir I_I r, r. J M I_ imn ^ - 


I .as J>u|;lined above®? APR 20 1965 


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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 
MAY 1862 EDITION 
GSA GEN. REG. NO. 27 


5010—107 


UNITED STATES G' 




RNMENT 


Memorandum 



to : DIRECTOR, FBI 



WFO 


(RUC) 


subject: VISIT OF PRIME MINISTER 
_AUX«)RP OF ITALY TO 
UNITED STATE S. 4/19/65 


date: 4/27/65 


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Re Bureau airtel to WFO, 4/12/65. 

On 4/26/65. 1 I Division of 

Protective Services, Office of Security, United States 
Department of State (USDS), advised SA JAMES M. COADY 
that Prime Minister ALDO MORO and his party departed the 
United States en route to Italy at Boston, Massachusetts, 
at 8:06 p.m. on 4/24/65. 

I 1 who was In charge of Mr. MORO's 

security while in the United States, advised that there 
were no incidents, threats, or demonstrations during the 
Prime Ministers visit In this country. 


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The WFO received no Information of any incidents 
threats, or demonstrations during the Prime Minister’s 
visit to the United States. WFO is conducting no further 
investigation in this case. 




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GSA GEN. REG. NO. 27 


UNITED STATES GQjj^RNMENT 

Memorandum 


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DIRECTOR, FBI 


date: 5 / 6/65 


SAC, 


PHILADELPHIA 

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(RUC) 


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subject: 



VISIT OP PRESIDENT 
ALDO^MORO OP ITALY 
APRIL 19-25, 1965 
00: NEW YORK 



Re U.S. Department of State Timetable on captioned 
visit, dated 4/16/65• 

Sources of the Philadelphia Office familiar with 
Italian activities have furnished no information concerning 
any possible picketing or problem in connection with the 
visit of the above individual to Philadelphia, Pa., on 
4/22/65. 


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DIRECTOR, FBI 

FROM : 

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subject: 

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VISIToOF PRIME MINISTER 
ALDCrMORO OF ITALY TO THE 
UNITED STATES, 4/19/65 

ReBuairtel to WFO, 4/12/65. 


date: 


JAY 1231965 



Enclosed for the Bureau are five copies of a LHM 
dated and captioned as above. 


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_ I j was contacted on 4/19 and 20/65 by 

SA l l and advised he would remain alert for any 

indication of demonstrations or^disturbances in connection 
with the ffisit of the subject4>^ ^ 


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FM NEW YOR 
TO DIRECTOR 
BT 

CLEAR 

UNSUBS; KIDNAPING OF ALDO^ORO; 
ROME, ITALY, 3-16-78 


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AT APPROXIMATELY 1:42 AM, 3-21-78, NYO TELEPHONICALLY 
CONTACTED BY 


WHO ADVISED AS FOLLOWS: 

AT APPROXIMATELY 1:40AM, 


RECEIVED CALL FROM 


Assoc. Dir, 

Dep. AD Adm. 

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Crim. Inv. 9//^? 
Ident. / ' 

Intel 

Laboratory 

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Plan, ft Insp. 

Rec. M^nt. 

Tech. Servs. 

Training 

Public Affs. Off. 

Te'eohone Rm. 

Director's Sec'y 




MALE WHO DID NOT IDENTIFY HIMSELF AND SPOKE WITH WHAT 
DESCRIBED AS "HEAVY ITALIAN ACCENT.” CALLER STATED HE HAD INFOR¬ 


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CALLER STATED MORO BEING HELD ON SMALL FARM JUST OUTSIDE “ 




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CALLER PROVIDED NO SPECIFIC LOCA.T ION OF FARM OR SPECIFIC 
IDENTITIES OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED. 

_ADVISED CALLER SOUNDED SOBER and rational 

IN HIS SPEECH. 

ABOVE PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION. 




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Date 


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PRE EDENCE: □IMMEDIATE 
fin PRIORITY 
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Dep. AD A An. — 

Dep. AD Inv. _ 

Asst. Dir.: 

Adm. Sorv.- 

Crim. Inv._ 


Fin. 8» Pers. . 

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Tech. Servs.- 
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Telephone Rm.._— 
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COMMUNICATIONS SECTION 


MAfi 21 1978 


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FM ROME (163-3033) 

TO DIRECTOR PRIORITY 
BT 

UN CL AS E F/T 0 

unsubs?, Kidnapping of aldo mqro; home, italy . 

MARCH ''l 6, 1,978. FPC. 



23Mjir 78 0 « 2<b 

RECEIVEdT/^" 
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OF INVESTIGATION 
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Telepho-ip Rm. * 
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REBUTEL MARCH 22, 1978. 

ON MARCH 22, 1978, CONTENTS OF RETEL FURNISHED DIRECTLY 
TO CHIEF OF POLICE, ROME, ITALY, DR. GIUSEPPE PARLATO. 

,£OVISED HE WAS MOST APPRECIATIVE OF THIS 

JON AND REQUESTED THAT LEG AT ROME CONTINUE TO FORWARD TO 
P&NALLY ANY INFORMATION DEVELOPED BY THE BUREAU 
WH3 PlIGHJ HAVE A BEARING ON CAPTIONED MATTER. 

IN VIEW OF DR. PARLATO’S SPECIFIC REQUEST, BUREAU 
IS REQUESTED TO CONTINUE TO EXPEDITIOUSLY FORWARD TO ROME 
OF'FICE ANY INFORMATION BEARING ON THIS MATTER FOR DISSEM.I NA- 




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A I R T E L 


CLASSIFICATION: 

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4/7/78 


AssocTDir. 1 r 
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Dep. a.Q Inv. 
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Crim. Inv. ” 
Ido^t. 

Inle'l.^_ ~2_ 

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Legal Coun.~ 
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For information of 




|_| furnished information to SA |_ 

and during interview, he appeared to be a sincere and stable 
individualC'who believes in his Ext ra Sensory Perception (ESP) 
capabiliti 

i Sacramento indices iffi'r/JgatiVd regardingI-T 

rnmJ .v* a * \ - 1 - l 

^Bureau (Enc. 6) (RM) 


capabilities^?^, 


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In Reply, Please Refer to 
File No. 


Sacramento, California 
April 7, 1978 


ALDO MORO 
ROME, ITALY 




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SLR 73'* 


On April 4, 1978, a source whose reliability 
is unknown, advised he has had the gift of Extra Sensory 
Perception (ESP) since childhood and has been accurate 
in his perceptions a majority of the time. 


The source advised he has been following the 
abduction of Aldo’%>ittb, Rome, Italy, on television since 
the incident first occurred during mid March, 1978. The 
source has had visions concerning this matter with regard 
to his ESP and the following details have emerged: 


From the place of abduction to Moro 1 s current 
location is no less than 38 miles or kilometers to no 
more than 42 to 46 miles or kilometers. Moro is located 
in Italy somewhere to the north of Rome. The source can 
visualize a seashore and a separate body of water which 
could be a lake or river that is a few miles or kilometers 
east of the seashore. It is very sunny in that location. 
To the east of th-o—the body of water, possibly 
two to four miles or kilometers, there is a mountain 
where a very narrow road is located. The road has a 
blue color like wet cement and is made of some type of 
stone. 


The source can visualize a cave in the mountain 
which may or may not be seen from the. roadway and inside 
the cave are two holes which are possibly wells. There 
is a large room in or near the cave that is being built 
or repaired. The source visualizes very little sun in 
the vicinity of the cave and it is located in a very cold 
location. The source can visualize Moro in or near one 
of the wells and he has an injury or mark on the top of his 
head! The source cannot tell whether or not Moro is alive. 


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ALDO MORO 
ROME, ITALY 


The source further advised Moro was transported 
in a truck with a large square shaped wooden covering 
like a van, but the body of the truck was made of wood 
rather than metal. The source also visualizes a bridge 
near an area where seaplanes are taking off and landing 
on water and the source connects this with the method used 
to transport Moro from the place of abduction. 

The source has no information concerning the 
abductors and the source noted he has never been to Italy 
nor does he have any known acquaintances in Italy. The 
source further advised he has not consulted a map of Italy 
in connection with his ESP observations. 


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The above, information was being furnished to Begat 
Rome for the information of the Bureau in view of th«£-fac't 
that.this group has been described as a left-wing terrorist 
group. 

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Assoc. Dir._ 

Dep. AD 
Dep. AD Inv . 

Asst. Dir.:_ _ 

Adm. Serv /y 
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Ident. / ' 
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Laboratory_ 

Le.qal Coun.___ 

Plan, ft Insp._ 

Rec. M^nt. _ 
Tech. Servs? 

Training _ _ 

Public Affs. Off. _ 
Telenhone Rm. ^ 
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REROMTEL, MAY 9, 1978. 


ACCORDING TO ITALIAN NEWS MEDIA SOURCES, ON MAY 9, 1978, 

AT 1 s30 PM, ROME TIME, THE BODY OF FORMER ITALIAN PREMIER M 

ALDO MORO WAS FOUND SHOT IN BACK OF THE HEAD WITH BOTH HANDS £. * 
AND FEET CHAINED. MORO’S BODY, WHICH WAS HUNCHED OVER ON THE^ 
FLOOR OF A STOLEN RED RENAULT BEARING ROME LICENSE PLATES, 

WAS CLAD IN THE SAME GRAY SUIT HE WORE WHEN KIDNAPED ON MARQH 
16, 1978. A BLUE OVERCOAT AND RED BLANKET WERE WRAPPED AROUND 
THE BODY. FIVE SPENT CARTRIDGES WERE REPORTEDLY FOUND IN THE 
VEHICLE CONTAINING MORO’S BODY. | 0 J| 

ITALIAN AUTHORITIES, ACTING ON AN ANONYMOUS TELEPHONE 



CALL SAYING A BOMB HAD BEEN PLACE 


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FOUND MORO’S BODY IN A VEHI CLt PARKED ON VlAI I’ll LHH.LA Wb ALU 


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CAETANI, A NARROW STREET WHICH RuM"-llM^Q SIDE COMMUNIST PARTY 

(CP) HEADQUARTERS AND NEAR TO THE CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC ( ftyf® ***-“* \ 

PARTY HEADQUARTERS. THIS AREA IS JUST Twfr 2 BL : OC ; KS .FROH;CTjfis^ MAY 12 1978 

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ACCORDING TO NEWS ACCOUNTS, FRANCO EVANGELIST I, TOP AIDE 
TO-PREMIER GIULIO ANDREOTTI, MADE THE FIRST OFFICIAL 
IDENTIFICATION OF THE BODY, NEWS ACCOUNTS NOTE THAT THE 
RED BRIGADES’ CHOICE OF THIS LOCATION TO ABANDON MORO’S 
BODY WAS SYMBOLIC. THE HEADQUARTERS OF ITALY’S TWO LARGEST 
PARTIES ARE ONLY 200 YARDS APART, AND THE RED BRIGADES HAVE 
BITTERLY DENOUNCED THE COMMUNISTS FOR THEIR UNPRECEDENTED 
PARLIAMENTARY ALLIANCE FORMED BY MORO WITH THE MINORITY CD 
GOVERNMENT. 

LEG AT FOLLOWING AND WILL REPORT PERTINENT DEVELOPMENTS 
IN THIS MATTER. 

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Attached is the translation wMch you requested 
by letter elated f$arch 31, 1978^ | ^ 

The contents "thereof , where pertinent, must 
be reported under appropriate captions"and afforded - 
whatever investigative attention is nacessar/.^j ^ 

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PRECEDENCE: £3 IMMEDIATE 

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FIELD AND LEGAT MESSAGES £] UNCLASSIFIED 

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ON MAY 9, 1978, AT APPROXIMATELY 2:40 P. M. ROME TIME, A 
RADIO NEWS BULLETIN ANNOUNCED THAT THE BODY OF ALDO MORO, 
PRESIDENT OF ITALIAN CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY (DC), WAS FOUND 
IN AN ABANDONED VEHICLE PARKED IN VICINITY OF PIAZZA VENEZIA IN 
DOWNTOWN ROME. INITIAL REPORTS INDICATED VEHICLE WAS PARKED ON 
A SIDE STREET LOCATED BETWEEN THE CD AND THE ITALIAN COMMUNIST 
PARTY HEADQUARTERS BUILDINGS. THE NEWS BULLETIN FURTHER 
ELEBORATED THAT MORO WAS FOUND IN THE BACK SEAT OF THIS 
VEHICLE WRAPPED IN A BLANKET. NO FURTHER DETAILS AS TO CAUSED 
OF DEATH OR CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THE ABANDONMENT OF THE 
BODY FURNISHED.rn 

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IN VIEW OF CURRENT SITUATION AND EMPHASIS WHICH WILL BE 
GIVEN THIS MATTER BY ITALIAN AUTHORITIES, NEW YORK REQUESTED 
TO FURNISH INFORMATION REQUESTED IN REFERENCED ROME TELETYPE 



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UNS UBS; KIDNAPING OF ALDO MORO , ROME, ITALY, MARCH 16, 1978, 
FPC. 

REROMTEL APRIL 7, 1978. 

ON MAY 9, 1978, AT APPROXIMATELY 2:40 P. M. ROME TIME, A 
RADIO NEWS BULLETIN ANNOUNCED THAT THE BODY OF ALDO MORO, 
PRESIDENT OF ITALIAN CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY (DC), WAS FOUND 
IN AN ABANDONED VEHICLE PARKED IN VICINITY OF PIAZZA VENEZIA IN 
DOWNTOWN ROME. INITIAL REPORTS INDICATED VEHICLE WAS PARKED ON 
A SIDE STREET LOCATED BETWEEN THE CD AND THE ITALIAN COMMUNIST 
PARTY HEADQUARTERS BUILDINGS. THE NEWS BULLETIN FURTHER 
ELEBORATED THAT MORO WAS FOUND IN THE BACK SEAT OF THIS 
VEHICLE WRAPPED IN A BLANKET. NO FURTHER DETAILS AS TO CAUSE 
OF DEATH OR CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING T,HF ABANDONMENT OF THE 
BODY FURNISHED.' 

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IN VIEW OF CURRENT SITUATION AND EMPHASIS WHICH WILL BE 
GIVEN THIS MATTER BY ITALIAN AUTHORITIES, NEW YORK REQUESTED 
TO FURNISH INFORMATION REQUESTED IN REFERENCED ROME TELETYPE. 



MESSAGE RELAY VIA TELETYPE 




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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION Foreign. Liaison Unit 
COMMUNICATIONS SECTION [ I Route through for review 


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0 'A MAY ; l5 , 1973, URGENT REQUEST RECEIVED FROM ITALIAN 


-JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES FOR 


fbi laboratory assistance in the ald5 


SORO KID HA PI 86-MUR DE R INVESTIGATION. THIS REQUEST FOLLOWS THE 
DISCOVERY OF? CORO’S BODY ON HAY 9, 1978 IN A STOLEN RENAULT 
F0U® tABANDONED ON VIa MICHELANGELO. CaETaMI , ROME, ITALY-* •<. 

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF flORO* S BODY REVEALED THAT HE DIED 
OF ELEVEN GUN SHOT yOUNDS IN THE UPPER LEFT PORTION OF HIS CHEST. 
ITALIAN BALLISTICS EXPERTS HAVE MADE PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION 
THAI TyO DIFFERENT WEAPONS WERE USED TO- {(ILL MORQ. ONE IS 
TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED AS A 7.S5 MM., CZECH VZOR Si SCORPION, 


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ASD the OTHER IS a 9 MM WEAPON OF-UNKNOWN TYPE OR MAKE■ 

REHOMAXRTEL SETS FORTH DETAILS OF PRELIMINARY BALLISTIC 
EXAMINATIONS. ENCLOSED y ITH RERCMAIRTEL A.RE SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS 
OF SHELL CASINGS FOUND. Al MURDER SCENE AS WELL AS DETAILED 

ballistic data re slugs recovered from mo.ro* s-body. in addition 


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SERa^ftlRIEL SETS FORTH REQUEST 3Y ITALIAN AUTHORITIES FOR 

specific ballistic tests to.be conducted sy fbi la3. 

ITALIAN AUTHORITIES HAVE STRESSED IMPORTANCE ft HD NEED F^R 

expeditious handling of their request* c'f) ^ 

TO facilitate TRANSMITTAL of'reromairtel, ARRANGEMENTS 
have seen made with twa, home, italy, to have airiel hand 

FLIGHT OFFICER IN CHARGE OFTttA 


carried via 


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FLIGHT 84 1 TO JFKJ URPORT , NEW YORk , NEW YGR k , yHERE HE , ; 

WILL PERSONALLY HAND OVER AIRTEL TO SA OF THE FBI. . TWA 
FLIGHT 841 IS-SCHEDULED TO DEPART FIUMICINO AIRPORT, ROME, ITALY 
MAY IS, 1378 aT 12:20 PM, ROME TIME AND SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE «JFjc 
AIRPORT, NEW YORK* NEW YOR K , MaY IS, 1378 AT 3:20 PM, NEy YORjtTIME, 




WILL 3£ INSTRUCTED TO WAIT, AFTER LANDING 


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AT JFK, IN THE AIRCRAFT COCKPIT, yHERE HE WILL BE CONTACTED 

will not hand over the 


BY SA OF THE FBI. 


ENVELOPE WHICH IS ADDRESSED TO DIRECTOR, FBI, WASHINGTON!, 

DC, UNLESS PROPER IDENTIFICATION IS DISPLAYED. UPON PICKING 
UP AIRTEL, NEW YORK DIVISION WILL ARRftNGE TO HAVE IT DELIVERED 
TO FBI LAB, WASHINGTON, DC BY THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS MEANS 
POSSIBLE, WHICH IN ALL PROBABILITY WOULD ENTAIL A SHUTTLE 
FLIGHT FROM NEy YOR K TO WASHINGTON, DC. UPON ARRIVAL At 


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'WASHINGTON, DC, AlRfEL IS TO BE HAND CARRIED TO F3I LftS. 

UPON RECEIPT, FBI LaB IS REQUESTED TO IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY 
LEGAT, ROME WHETHER TESTS REQUESTED BY ITALIAN AUTHORIT IES 
Can 3E PERFORMED. IF TESTS ARE possible, results and other 
MATERIAL REQUESTED BY ITALIAN AUTHORITIES SHOULD.BE IMMEDIATELY 
FORWARDED TO LEGAT, ROME VIA. MOST EXPEDITIOUS MEANS POSSIBLE. 

PLEASE ADVISE LEGAT , ROME OF ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR DELIVERY OF ’ v .. 
LaB RESULTS AND MATERIAL TO ROME, INCLUDING IDENTITY OF ftlR ' 

carries, flight-number and arrival time, etc. ufc ^ 

IT IS NOTED THAT ITALIAN AUTHORITIES HAVE EXPRESSED URGENT 
NEED FOR THE RE SULT S OF THESE LAB TESTS NOTING THftT T HEY 
REPRESENT A CRUCIAL ASPECT OF THEIR INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS IN 
THE MORO INVESTIGATION. CONSEQUENTLY, THEY 

3E ADVISED OF THE RESULTS AND FURNISHED THE MATERIAL DESCRIBED 
IN RER OKA KIEL 3Y RAY 2 0, 1373. £$) y 

RE QUEST Or BUREAU 

FBI LaB IS REQUESTED. TO CONDUCT TESTS AND FURNISH MATERIAL 
A lid INFORMATION DESCRIBED IN REROMAIRTEL BY MOST EXPEDITIOUS 
MEANS POSSIBLE TO LEGAT, ROME, NOTING THAI ITALIAN a URHGHITIES HAVE 
EXPRESSED NEED FOR RESULTS BY MAY 20, l S7S* 


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NEW YOSk* (i> WILL MEET Iwft FLIGHT 841 , DESCRIBED ABOVE, 

mediately after landing at jF;< airport, new york, and to.meet 

IS COCKPIT OF AIRCRAFT for receipt of airtel. 

(2) WILL ARRANGE FOR AIRTEL TO BE AIR SHUTTLED FROM NEW YGRj< 

TO WASHINGTON, DC* 

WFQ? a ILL STAND BY FOR. POSSIBLE ASSISTANCE TO NEy YORK' 
DIVISION l:i CONNECTION WITH ARRANGEMENTS TO HAVE aIRTEL DELIVERED 
FROM NEy YORK TO WASHINGTON, DC AND ULTIMATELY DELIVERED TO FBI 



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UNSUBS: KIDNAPPING OF ALDO M0R0 , ROME, ITALY, MARCH 16, 1978, 


THE FILES OF THE NEW YORK DIVISION OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU 



OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION 


REGARDING THE PARTISAN DEFENSE COMMITTEE, BOX 633, CANAL / . 

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THE FILES OF THE NEW YORK DIVISION OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU 
OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION 
REGARDING THE PARTISAN DEFENSE COMMITTEE, BOX 633, CANAL 
STREET STATION, NEW YORK, NEW YORK. 7U)_